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CLASS OFFICERS 



ANTHONY A. ALBERT, President 



RAYMOND LE BEAU, Viee President 



JUDITH G. THATCHER, Secretary 



WILLIAM CONN, Treasurer 





ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 
TEXTILE CHEMISTRY 
TEXTILE DESIGN AND EASHION 
TEXTILE MANUFACTURING 
TEXTILE TECHNOLOGY 




BOARD OF 
TRUSTEES 

CHAIRMAN 
Joseph M. Souza 

VICE-CHAIRMAN 
George E. Carignan 

SECRETARY OF BOARD 
Mrs. Rosalind Poll Brooker 

EX-OFFICIO: 

Dr. Owen B. Kiernan 

Francis J. Lawler 

Miss Ruth B. McFadden 

MEMBERS: 

John A. Shea 
Dr. John B. OToole, Jr. 
Mrs. Lydia B. Nunes 
Joseph A. Dancewicz 
Nils V. Nelson 
Milton Gollis 
Mrs. Beatrice P. Thomas 
Raymond R. McEvoy 
Mrs. Ida Epstein 
Herbert M. McAdams 
Peter P. Grad 
Paul Rodrigues 



ADMINISTRATION 

PRESIDENT Dr. John E. Foster 

DEAN OF FACULTY James L. Giblin 


DEAN OF STUDENTS 

DIRECTOR OF ADMISSIONS 
PLACEMENT DIRECTOR 


Augustus Silva 

Warren M. Holt 
James A. Flanagan 


TREASURER 

SENIOR BOOKKEEPER 

SENIOR CLERK 

JUNIOR CLERK 


Mrs. Mary F. Makin 

Mrs. Cecilia Zeitler 

Mrs. Estelle M. Dowd 

Miss Irene L. Arguin 

Mrs. Irene Kinney 

Miss Claire N. Riley 

Francis Tripp 


JUNIOR CLERK 

LIBRARIAN 

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR 


DIRECTOR OF BOOKSTORE .. 


Louis J. Robitaille 





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CELESTINO D. MACEDO 
Assistant Professor 

Professor Celestino D. Macedo has served as a faculty member of the 
New Bedford Institute of Technology since 1955. During these years his 
endeavors to help Tech students organize a good student government have 
made his name a by-word in student affairs. Prof. Macedo has served as 
faculty advisor for Tech Talk, the Student Council, and Nu Beta Tau Fra- 
ternity. 

As recognition of Professor Macedo's untiring efforts and contribu- 
tions to the New Bedford Institute of Technology and its students, it is 
with great respect and admiration that we, the Class of 1960, dedicate our 
yearbook, the Fabricator, to him. 








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To the members of the Graduating Class: 

Every man's powers have relation to some kind of work; and whenever he finds that 
kind of work which he can do best — that to which his powers are best adapted — he finds 
that which will give him the best development, and that by which he can best build up, 
or make, his manhood. 

We of the Institute have tried to help you discover those powers. Real knowledge, 
like everything else of highest value, is not obtained easily. It must be worked for, 
studied for, thought for, and perhaps most important of all, it must be prayed for. 

Whether you succeed in life will depend upon how hard you have worked, studied, 
thought and prayed. 

The results of your efforts will play a very important part in the future of your Alma 
Mater. We depend upon your success in your every day life — a life which we are sure will 
reflect honor on those who guided your early foot steps. 

To each of you, the administration of the institute extends its sincere congratula- 
tions and best wishes for a happy and successful life. 



DR. JOHN E. FOSTER 
President 



TRIBUTE 




Professor 
FRED BEARDSWORTH 

Head of Weaving Department 

Professor Beardsworth came to New 
Bedford from Leyland, England, in 1913. 
He had been in the textile industry for 
a period of fifteen years before accept- 
ing a teaching position at Tech. Except 
for a brief period during 1934-1935, Pro- 
fessor Beardsworth has continually been 
associated with the Institute. Many of 
those years were in the capacity of soc- 
cer coach. 

The kindness and understanding char- 
acterized by Professor Beardsworth have 
commanded respect and admiration from 
all. His sense of fairness and his un- 
biased attitude have done much to broad- 
en our outlook on life. We, his students, 
will be ever grateful to him for the help 
he has given us in attaining knowledge 
and in developing high ideals. 



Professor 
FRANK HOLDEN 

Head of Yarn Manufacturing Department 

Born in Oldham, England, Mr. Holden 
came to the United States in 1910. Fol- 
lowing 24 years in the textile industry 
he joined the faculty here at New Bed- 
ford Tech. Promotion to Head of the 
Yarn Manufacturing Department follow- 
ed in 1926. 

Professor Holden through his vast 
experience in the textile industry has 
been able to guide many textile majors 
as they concluded their college studies 
and prepared to take their places in in- 
dustry. His unselfish and untiring ef- 
forts to aid students in their studies and 
in their obligations have made him an 
outstanding personality here at the In- 
stitute. 




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K. MARTIN BENDIKSEN 

Bachelor of Science Degree 

in 

Electrical Engineering 

Address: 26 Green St., Fairhaven 
Motto: Where there's a will there's a way. 
Ambition: To have a content and happy 

family, and to do the work which I 

enjoy. 








Extra Curricular Activities 

Nu Beta Tau 3, Official 

Delegate 4; 
Circle K 1, 2, 3; 
Varsity Basketball 1, 2; 
Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4; 
A. I. E. E. 1, 2, Class 

Representative 3, 4. 



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JOHN BARON CADEMA 

Bachelor of Science Degree 

in 

Electrical Engineering 

Address: 33 Howland St., So. Dartmouth 
Motto: Life is what you make of it. 




Extra Curricular Activities 
Nu Beta Tau 3, 4; 
A. I. E. E. 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Circle K 2, 3; 
I. R. E. 4. 




Extra Curricular Activities 

A. I. E, E. 3, 4; 

I. R. E. 4; 

Nu Beta Tau 3, 4; 

Dean's List 1 Semester. 



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CARL W. HOLSTIUS 



Bachelor of Science Degree 

in 

Electrical Engineering 

Address: 404 Washington St., New Bed- 
ford 



Extra Curricular Activities 
Dean's List 7 Semesters; 
Univets 2; 

A. I. E. E. 3, Secretary 4; 
I. R. E. 4. 







HERMAN HUNT 

Bachelor of Science Degree 

in 

Electrical Engineering 

Address: 55 Summer St., New Bedford 



ERNEST H. JOHNSTON 



Bachelor of Science Degree 

in 

Electrical Engineering 

Address: 6-D Maple Gardens, Fall River 

Motto: Be yourself. 

Ambition : To build a shorter road to Fall 
River. 







Extra Curricular Activities 
A. I. E. E. 4; 
I. R. E. 4. 




MILTON F. KERSHAW 

Bachelor of Science Degree 

in 

Electrical Engineering 



Audress: 227 Eugenia St., New Bedford 



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Extra Curricular Activities 

Delta Kappa Phi 1, 2; 
A. I. E. E. 1, 2, 4; 
I. R. E. 4. 




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JOHN J. MILNER 

Bachelor of Science Degree 

in 

Electrical Engineering 

Address: 190 Maxfield St., New Bedford 
Ambition: To have my own small plane. 



Extra Curricular Activities 

A. I. E. E. 

I. R. E. 

Nu Beta Tau 





Extra Curricular Activities 

Dean's List 1 Semester; 

A, I. E. E. 1, 3, 4; 

Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 

Camera Club 1; 

Nu Beta Tau 2, 3, 4; 

Vice President 3; 

Univets 1, Treasurer 2, 3; 

Fabricator, 
Advertising Manager 4. 




LIONEL MEDEIROS 

Bachelor of Science Degree 

in 

Electrical Engineering 

Address: 3186 Acushnet Ave., New Bed- 
ford. 



DANIEL J. MURPHY 

Bachelor of Science Degree 

in 

Electrical Engineering 

Address: 995 Walnut St., Fall River 
Ambition: To find a motto. 




Extra Curricular Activities 
A. I. E. E. 4; 
I. R. E. 4. 




CRAIG A. PROCTER 

Bachelor of Science Degree 

in 

Electrical Engineering 

Address: 80 Beetle St., New Bedford 
Motto: Wait! next year. 



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EXTBA CUERICULAR ACTIVITIES 

i Nu Beta Tau 2, 
President 3, 4; 
I A. I. E. E. 2, 3, 

President 4; 
1 1. R. E. 4; 

Demolay Club 3, 4; 

Univets 1, 2; 

I. F. C. 3, 4; 
J Tech. Talk 2, 3; 

Soccer 1; 

Jazz Society 4. 





Extra Curricular Activities 
Delta Kappa Phi 2, 3, 4; 
A. I. E. E. 1, 2, 3, 

President 4; 
I. R. E. 4; 
Dean's List 6 Semesters. 



CLARENCE C. 
RAWLINS, JR. 

Bachelor of Science Degree 

in 

Electrical Engineering 

Address: 106 Thompson St., New Bedford 




Extra Curricular Activities 

President 2, 3; 
Treasurer 1; 
Student Council 1, 2, 

President 3; 
A. I. E. E. 1, 2, 3, 4; 
I. R. E. 4; 
Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 

Vice President 4; 

Delta Kappa Phi 1, 2, 3, 4; 

Tech Talk 1, 2, 3, 4; 

Junior Prom Committee 

Fabricator, 
Business Manager 4. 





JEAN L. SCHWARTZ 

Bachelor of Science Degree 

in 

Electrical Engineering 

Address: 224 Harwich St., New Bedford 



RICHARD M. 
SHARKANSKY 

Bachelor of Science Degree 

in 

Electrical Engineering 

Address: 333 Belmont St., Fall River 
Motto: It's easy to forget and so hard to 
remember. 

Ambition: To have 92% of my income 
taken away by the Federal Govern- 
ment. 



















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Extra Curricular Activities 

A. I. E. E. 3, 4; 

I. R, E. 4; 

Dean's List 1 Semester. 




ROMEO ANGELO 
STRUGLIA 

Bachelor of Science Degree 

in 

Electrical Engineering 

Address: 75 Madison St., New Bedford 



Extra Curricular Activities 

Soccer 2; 

A. I. E. E. 2, 3, 4; 

I. R. E. 4; 

Univets 2, President 3, 4; 

Nu Beta Tau Constitutional 
Chairman 2, Ritualist 3, 
Social Chairman 4; 

Fabricator, Co-Eclitor 4; 

Tech Talk, Reporter 3. 




ANTHONY A. 
ALBERT, JR. 

Bachelor of Science Degree 

in 

Mechanical Engineering 

Address: 150 Hawthorn St., New Bedford 
Motto : Let me live by the side of the road 
and be a friend to man. 



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Extra Curricular Activities 
Delta Kappa Phi 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Dean's List 6 Semesters; 
Class President 4; 
Student Council 4; 

Mechanical Engineering 

Club 2, Treasurer 3. 

Corresponding Secretary 

4; 
Newman Club 2, 3, 4; 
Fabricator, 

Co-Advertising Mgr. 4. 




VICTOR G. ALVES 

Bachelor of Science Degree 

in 

Mechanical Engineering 

Address; 379 North Front St., New Bed- 
ford 

Motto: If what you want is worth while, 
work hard to get it. 

Ambition : To become a good and efficient 
engineer, in whatever field I am em- 
ployed. 



Extra Cukricular Activities 

Mechanical Engineering 
Club 4; 

Delta Kappa Phi 1, 2. 




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Extra Curricular Activities 
Delta Kappa Phi 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Soccer 2, 3, 4; 
Inter Fraternity Council 4. 



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PETER PEIRCE 
ANTHONY 

Bachelor of Science Degree 

in 

Mechanical Engineering 

Address: 44 Dartmouth St., New Bedford 

Motto: The quality of friends is more im- 
portant than the quantity of friends. 

Ambition: To own my own business. 




Extra Curricular Activities 

Mechanical Engineering 

Club, Corresponding 

Secretary 2, 3, 

Vice President 4; 
Delta Kappa Phi 2, 3, 4; 
Photographic Editor of 

Year Book; 

Junior Prom Committee; 

Senior Prom and 
Banquet Committee. 





THOMAS S. BANCROFT 

Bachelor of Science Degree 

in 

Mechanical Engineering 

Address: 437 Dartmouth St., New Bedford 
Motto: Be content to do the things you 

can, and fret not because you can not 

do everything. 

Ambition: Become a successful engineer. 



BRUCE P. BONI 

Bachelor of Science Degree 

in 

Mechanical Engineering 

Address: 29 North Bedford St., East 

Bridgewater 
Motto: Do your best in every job you 

tackle. 
Ambition : To live a happy and successful 

life. 







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EXTEA CUERICULAR ACTIVITIES 

Delta Kappa Phi 1, 2, 

Treasurer 3, 

President 4; 
Varsity Basketball Team 1; 
Varsity Baseball Team 

1, 2, 3; 
Mechanical Engineering 

Club 2, 3, 4; 

Dean's List 1 Semester; 
I. F. C. 3, 4, President. 




BRUCE H. BUCKLEY 

Bachelor of Science Degree 

in 

Mechanical Engineering 

Address: 1370 Acushnet Ave., New Bed- 
ford 
Motto: Qu'est que sera sera. 
Ambition: To be a happy engineer. 



Extra Curricular Activities 
Dean's List 1 Semester; 

Delta Kappa Phi 2, 3, 

Secretary 4; 
Mechanical Engineering 

Club 2, 3, 4; 

Newman Club 3, 4. 






Extra Curricular Activities 
Mechanical Engineering 
Club 2, 3, 4. 





PHILIP T. CARSON 

Bachelor of Science Degree 

in 

Mechanical Engineering 

Address: Old Plymouth Rd., Sagamore 
Motto: Anything worth doing is worth 

doing well. 
Ambition : Successful design engineer. 




Extra Curricular Activities 

Delta Kappa Phi 2, 3, 4; 
Mechanical Engineering 

Club 2, 3, 4; 
Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 

Treasurer 4. 






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GEORGE N. COLLET 

Bachelor of Science Degree 

in 

Mechanical Engineering 

Address: 20 Nye Avenue, Acushnet 
Motto: The man who rolls up his sleeve 

seldom loses his shirt. 
Ambition: To become an executive in 

production management. 



JOSEPH A. LANE 

Bachelor of Science Degree 

in 

Mechanical Engineering 

Addresss 62 Purchase St., Taunton, Mass. 

Motto: It is not the victory that makes 
the joy of noble hearts, but the com- 
bat. 

Ambition: To make my future services 
acceptable to my employer and my 
God. 





Extra Curricular Activities 

Circle K 1, 
Mechanical Engineering 

Club 2, 3, 4; 
Newman Club 3, 4. 




NORMAND T. MATHIEU 

Bachelor of Science Degree 

in 

Mechanical Engineering 

Address: 183 Collette St., New Bedford 

Motto: Live and let live. 

Ambition: To live in the "Valley of the 
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Extra Curricular Activities 

Delta Kappa Phi 2, 3, 
Treasurer 4; 

Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 

Mechanical Engineering 
Club 1, 2, 3, 4. 




RICHARD F. MOTTA 

Bachelor of Science Degree 

in 

Mechanical Engineering 

Address: 88 Eugenia St., New Bedford 
Ambition: To do good in whatever I par- 
take. 



Extra Curricular Activities 

Varsity Baseball 1, 2; 
Circle K 2, 3; 
Nu Beta Tau 2, 3, 4; 
A. I. E. E. 2, 3; 
Mechanical Engineering 
Club 4. , 




Extra Curricular Activities 

Vice President 2; 
Secretary 3; 
Student Council 2, 3; 
Mechanical Engineering 

Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Delta Kappa Phi 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Glee Club 1, 2, 4; 
DeMolay Tech Suite 2, 3, 4; 

Protestant Youth 
Fellowship 2, 3. 





LOUIS H. SKINNER, JR. 

Bachelor of Science Degree 

in 

Mechanical Engineering 

Address: 1116 Rockdale Ave., New Bed- 
ford 

Motto: The man who uses depth in his 
thinking will rise to great heights. 

Ambition : To do well in my chosen field. 



RICHARD W. STEVENS 

Bachelor of Science Degree 

in 

Mechanical Engineering 

Address: 15 Yale St., New Bedford 
Motto: Always look ahead. 
Ambition: To live comfortably. 





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Extra Curricular Activities 

Jazz Society 

Vice President 4; 
Senior Prom and 

Banquet Committee 4; 

Mechanical Engineering 
Club 2, 4; 

Delta Kappa Phi 1, 2. 








LAWRENCE H. TEFFT, JR. 

Bachelor of Science Degree 

in 

Mechanical Engineering 

Address: 163 Aquidneck St., New Bedford 
Ambition: To be happy. 



Extra Cureicular Activities 

Univets 1; 

Dean's List 5 Semesters; 
Delta Kappa Phi 2, 3, 4; 
Mechanical Engineering 

Club 2, 

Vice President 3, 

President 4; 
Fabricator Co-Editor 4; 

Senior Prom and 
Banquet Committee 4. 




WILLIAM CONN 

Bachelor of Science Degree 

in 

Textile Chemistry 

Address: 120 Robeson St., New Bedford 
Motto: Success is getting what you want, 
happiness is wanting what you get. 

Ambition: To succeed. 






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Extra Curricular Activities 

Circle K 3, President 4; 
Treasurer 4; 
Student Council 4; 
Fabricator, 

Sports Editor 4; 
A. A. T. C. C. 3, 4; 
A. C. S. 3, 4; 

Delta Kappa Phi 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Univets 1, 2; 
Dean's List 1 Semester. 










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ALWYN GRIFFITH, JR. 

Bachelor of Science Degree 

in 

Textile Chemistry 

Address: 32 Milton St., New Bedford 
Motto: Oh, what tangled webs we weave, 

when first we practice to deceive. 
Ambition: Secondary school teacher. 



Extra Curricular Activities 

Circle K 3, 4; 
A. C. S. 3, 4. 





Extra Cukricular Activities 

A. A. T. C. C. 3, 

Corresponding Secretary 

4; 
A, C. S. Sec. Treas. 3, 4; 
Protestant Youth 

Fellowship 2; 
Kappa Sigma Phi 1,2,3,4; 



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Bachelor of Science Degree 

in 

Textile Chemistry 

Address: 2 Harvard St., Fairhaven 

Motto: The first step in the aquisition of 
wisdom is silence, the second listen- 
ing, third memory, the fourth practice, 
the fifth teaching others. 

Ambition : To be a good teacher and lead 
a good full life. 



Extra Curricular Activities 

A. A. T. C. C. 2, 3, 
Secretary 4; 

A. C, S. 3, 4; 
Kappa Sigma Phi 1, 

Auditor 2, 3, 4; 
Glee Club 1; 
Cheerleader 1. 



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ELIZABETH AUDREY 
LE BEAU 

Bachelor of Science Degree 

in 

Textile Chemistry 

Address: 47 York St, No. Dartmouth 

Motto: It's tranquil people who accom- 
plish much. 

Ambition: A happy home. 



RAYMOND LE BEAU, JR. 

Bachelor of Science Degree 

in 

Textile Chemistry 

Address: 47 York St., No. Dartmouth 
Motto: The measure of a man is what he 

thinks of himself. 
Ambition: To be ambitious. 






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Extra Curricular Activities 
Univets 1, 2; 
Circle K 3, Secretary 4; 
Nu Beta Tau 

Secretary 2, 3, 4; 
Tech Talk 2, 

Feature Writer 3; 
Vice President 4; 
Student Council 4; 
A. C. S. 3, 4; 
A. A. T. C. C. 4. 





NORMAN METIVIER 

Bachelor of Science Degree 

in 

Textile Chemistry 

Address: 348 Coffin Ave., New Bedford 

Motto : Do things right the first time, and 
you won't have to do them again. 

Ambition: To be a successful chemist. 




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EXTEA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES 

A. C. S. 3, 4; 
A. A. T. C. C. 2, 3. 
Vice Chairman 4; 
Circle K 4. 






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NORMAN NEVINS 

Bachelor of Science Degree 

in 

Textile Chemistry 

Address: 101 Rotch St., New Bedford 
Motto: A wise man is strong. 
Ambition: Research Chemist. 



Extra Curricular Activities 

Tech Talk 2, 3, 4; 

Circle K 3, 4; 

A. A. T. C. C. 3, 4; 

A. C. S. Chairman 3, 4; 

Delta Kappa Phi 1, 2, 3, 4; 





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Extra Cukricular Activities 

Phi Psi 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Circle K 4; 
A. C. S. 3, 4; 
Intramural Basketball 1. 



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RICHARD ARMAND 
POULIN 

Bachelor of Science Degree 

in 

Textile Chemistry 

Address: 615 County St., New Bedford 
Motto: A man is a worker, if he is not 

that, he is nothing. 
Ambition: To become a succeessful food 

chemist. 



ROBERT JAMES 
ROBINSON, JR. 

Bachelor of Science Degree 

in 

Textile Chemistry 

Address: 358 Middle St., Acushnet 
Motto : Anything worth while takes effort. 
Ambition: To work in textile chemistry, 
research and application. 



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Phi Psi 1, 2, 3, 4; 
A. C. S. 3, 4; 
A. A. T. C. C. 2, 3, 
President 4; 

Circle K 3, 4; 
Student Council 2; 
DeMolay Club 1, 2, 3, 4. 




FERNANDO SILVA 
"FRED" 

Bachelor of Science Degree 

in 

Textile Chemistry 

Address: 212 Query St., New Bedford 
Motto: Learn by doing. 
Ambition: To be superintendent of the 
New Bedford Schools. 



Extra Cureicular Activities 

Nu Beta Tau 

Treasurer 2, 3, 4; 
Circle K 4; 

A. A. T. C. C. 2, 3. 4; 
A. C. S. 4. 







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A. A. T. C. C. 2, 
Treasurer 3, 4; 

Nu Beta Tau. 







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STEPHEN MACLEAN 
SWIFT 

Bachelor of Science Degree 

in 

Textile Chemistry 

Address: 355 Reed St., New Bedford 
Motto: Don't judge a book by its cover. 
Ambition : To find a job with a high sal- 
ary, short hours, and lots of fringe 
benefits. 









EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES 

I Dean's List 5 Semesters; 

Cheerleader 1; 

Protestant Youth 
Fellowship 2, 3; 

A. C. S. 3, 4; 

Secretary 4; 

Student Council 4. 




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Bachelor of Science Degre 
in 
Chemistry 

Address: 78 Moss St., New Bedford 
Motto: Great Expectations! 
Ambition : To make Dick happy. 




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Extra Curricular Activities 

Kappa Sigma Phi 1, 2, 3, 

Secretary 4; 
I. F. C, 3, 

Vice President 4; 

A. A. T. T. 3, 
Treasurer 4; 

Collegians 1; 
Cheerleader 1; 
Fabricator 3, 

Art Editor 4; 
Tech Talk, Art Staff 4; 
Jazz Club 4; 
Junior Prom Committee. 



JENNY BOTSEAS 

Bachelor of Science Degree 

in 
Textile Design and Fashion 

Address: 125 Eugenia St., New Bedford 
Motto: Simplicity is beauty. 
Ambition: To be successful. 












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Extra Cukricular Activities 
Cheerleader 1, 2; 

Kappa Sigma Phi 1, 
Vice President 2, 
President 3, 4; 

Protestant Youth Fellow- 
ship 1, President 2, 3, 4; 

Junior Prom Committee; 

I. F. C. 3, 4; Sec.-Treas.; 

A. A. T. T. 3, 4; 

Jazz Society 4; 

Dean's List 5 Semesters; 

Fabricator 4. 





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JUNE PATRICIA 
BROWNELL 

Bachelor of Science Degree 

in 
Textile Design and Fashion 

Address: 146 Bullard St., New Bedford 
Motto: Live life — every golden minute of 
it. 

Ambition : To fill the golden minutes with 
happiness and success. 



CHARLES E. BURNETT 

Bachelor of Science Degree 

in 
Textile Design and Fashion 

Address: 30 Wilbur Ave., No. Dartmouth 

Motto: Think big. 

Ambition: To be successful in all my en- 
deavors. 




Extra Curricular Activities 

Basketball 1; 

A. A. T. T. 3, 4; 

Tech Talk 2, 
Art Editor 4; 

Phi Psi 1, 2, 3; 

Jazz Society 4; 

Junior Prom Committee; 

Fabricator 4. 




JOYCE BRADLEY 
DIXON 

Bachelor of Science Degree 

in 
Textile Design and Fashion 

Address: 4107 Acushnet Ave., New Bed- 
ford 

Motto: Don't touch the machine. 

Ambition: To become an Art Teacher. 




Extra Curricular Activities 

Cheerleader 1, 2, 

Captain 3, 4; 
Collegians 1; 
Junior Prom Committee 
Jazz Society 4; 

Kappa Sigma Phi 1, 
Secretary 2, 3, 4; 

Protestant Youth 
Fellowship 1, 2, 
Vice President 3, 4; 

Senior Prom and 
Banquet Committee; 

Dean's List 2 Semesters; 

A. A. T. T. 3, 4; 

Fabricator 4. 



Extra Curricular Activities 
Tech Talk 1; 
Newman Club 1, 2; 
Phi Psi 1, 2, 
Treasurer 3, 4; 

Junior Prom Committee; 
A. A. T. T. 4; 
Jazz Society 4; 
Fabricator, 
Assistant Art Editor 4. 



NORMAN A. FAUCHER 

Bachelor of Science Degree 

in 
Textile Design and Fashion 

Address: 242 Wood St., New Bedford 
Motto: Live, love, and be happy. 
Ambition: To be a successful designer. 



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Extra Cuekicular Activities 

Phi Psi 1, 2, 
Corresponding Sec. 3, 4; 

Jazz Society 4; 

A. A. T. T. 4; 

Junior Prom Committee; 

Fabricator, 
Class Photographer; 

Newman Club 1, 2. 






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ROBERT DONALD 
FOURNIER "FRED" 

Bachelor of Science Degree 

in 
Textile Design and Fashion 

Address: 14 Edison St., New Bedford 
Motto: Wit is the salt of conversation. 
Ambition: To see the world. 



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JUDITH ELIZABETH 
MORTON 

Bachelor of Science Degree 

in 
Textile Design and Fashion 

Address: 359 Park St., New Bedford 
Motto: Live, love and be happy. 
Ambition: To be happy in life. 






Extra Curricular Activities 

Protestant Youth 

Fellowship 1, 

Secretary 2, 3, 4; 
Cheerleader I, 

Captain 2, 3, 4; 
Kappa Sigma Phi 1,2,3,4; 
Junior Prom Committee; 
Senior Prom Committee; 
Jazz Society 4; 
A. A. T. T. 4; 
Fabricator 4. 



Extra Curricular Activities 

Fabricator, 

Assistant Art Editor 4; 
Soccer 1, 2, 3; 
A A. T. T. 3, 4; 
jNewman Club 2; 

Intramural Basketball 1, 
2, 3. 




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Bachelor of Science Degree 

in 
Textile Design and Fashion 

Address: 84 Atlantic St., New Bedford 
Motto: Good sense and good nature. 
Ambition: To be successful and happy. 




JOSEPH BOTELHO. JR. 

Bachelor of Science Degree 

in 

Textile Technology 

Address: 13 Spooner St., New Bedford 

Motto: A mistake made, is a lesson 
learned. 

Ambition: To own my own firm. 





Extra Curricular Activities 

Key Club 3, 4; 
A. A. T. T. 2, 3, 
Vice President 4. 



Extra Cubricular Activities 
A. A. T. T. 2, 3, 4; 
Phi Psi Fraternity 1,2,3,4; 
Univets 1, 2. 



CHARLES VAN BROCK 

Bachelor of Science Degree 

in 

Textile Technology 

Address: 1 Clark St., New Bedford 

Motto: The only way to make a friend is 

to be one. 
Ambition: To find a job. 





Extra Curricular Activities 

Phi Psi Fraternity 1, 2, 3, 

Vice President 4; 
A. A. T. T, 2, 3, 4; 
Junior Varsity Basketball 

1, 2; 
Intramural Basketball 

1,2,3, 4; 
Fabricator, 

Class Photographer 4; 

Dean's List 1 Semester. 



WILFRED M. CANTO 

Bachelor of Science Degree 

in 

Textile Technology 

Address: 38 St. John St., So. Dartmouth 
Motto: Men of humor are always in the 

same degree as men of wisdom. 
Ambition: To make plenty of money and 

retire early in life. 




Extra Curricular Activities 

Phi Psi 2, 3, President 4; 
Inter-Fraternity Council 3, 
Vice President 4; 

A. A. T. T. 2, 

Vice President 3, 4; 

Univets 1, 2, 3; 

A. I. E. E. 1. 











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SIMMONS CORREIA, JR. 

Bachelor of Science Degree 

in 

Textile Technology 

Address: 80 Norman St., New Bedford 
Motto: Learn from the mistakes of others. 

You can't live long enough to make 

them all. 
Ambition: To own a harem. 



LEONARD S. CRANE 

Bachelor of Science Degree 

in 

Textile Technology 

Address: 223 Walnut St., New Bedford 
Motto: A person is only as tall as he 

stands. 
Ambition : To live happily with Shauneen. 



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Extra Curricular Activities 
Circle K Club 1, 2, 3; 

Delta Kappa Phi 
Fraternity 1, 2, 3, 
House Co-Chairman 4; 

A. A. T, T. 2, 3; 
Inter-Fraternity Council 

Committee 4; 
Tech Talk 1; 
Basketball 1, 2. 



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ERNEST R. P. FOURNIER 

Bachelor of Science Degree 

in 

Textile Technology 

Address: Langlois Pine, Lakeville 
Motto: The professor is never wrong. 
Ambition: To prove otherwise. 



Extra Curricular Activities 

Phi Psi 3, 4; 

A. A. T. T. 2, 3, 4. 






Extra Ccericular Activities 

Delta Kappa Phi 

Fraternity 2, 3, 4; 
Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Jr. Varsity Basketball 3, 4. 




JOHN B. GOULDING 

Bachelor of Science Degree 

in 

Textile Technology 

Address: 2 No. Orchard St., New Bedford 
Motto: Almost doesn't count. 
Ambition: To see the world. 







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Extra Curricuxar Activities 

Camera Club 3; 
Delta Kappa Phi 1, 2, 3, 4; 
A. A. T. T. 3, 4; 
Dean's List 5 Semesters. 








DONALD R. KAMIENSKI 

Bachelor of Science Degree 

in 

Textile Technology 

Address: 243 Ashley Blvd., New Bedford 
Motto: A mistake made is a lesson learn- 
ed. 
Ambition: To be a research engineer. 



NICHOLAS 
KONSTANTAKOS 

Bachelor of Science Degree 

in. 

Textile Technology 

Address: 520 Coggeshall St., New Bedford 
Motto: Success is the reward of merit. 
Ambition : To be a success in life. 





Extra Curricular Activities 

Univets 1, 2; 
Phi Psi 2, 3, 4; 
A. A. T. T. 2, 3, 4. 



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GERALD O. LARIVIERE 

Bachelor of Science Degree 

in 

Textile Technology 

Address: 145 Longwood Ave., No. Dart- 
mouth, Mass. 

Motto: Where there is faith, there is 

hope. 
Ambition: To get the first million, then 

the rest can come easy. 




Extra Curricular Activities 

Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 

A. A. T. T. 3, 4; 

Delta Kappa Phi 
Fraternity 2, 3, 
House Chairman 4; 

Circle K Club 2, 

Secretary 3, Director 4. 
Dean's List 1 Semester. 





Extra Curricular Activities 

Delta Kappa Phi 
Scribe 2, 3, 4; 
Tech Talk 1, 2, 3; 
Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 
A. A. T. T. 2, 3, 4; 
Tennis Varsity 2, 3, 4; 
Jr. Varsity Soccer 3; 

Circle K 2, 3, 
International Trustee 4. 



THOMAS FRANCIS 
MITCHELL 

Bachelor of Science Degree 

in 

Textile Technology 

Address: 52 Swift St., New Bedford 
Motto: To admit failure is the sign of a 

man. 
Ambition: To create a riot on a National 

scale. 




Extra Curricular Activities 
Circle K Club 2, 
Treasurer 3, 4; 

Delta Kappa Phi 

Fraternity 2, 3, 4; 
A. A. T. T. 3, 4; 
Univets 1, 2. 



















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WILLIAM F. MOORE 

Bachelor of Science Degree 

in 

Textile Technology 

Address: 109 Robeson St., New Bedford 
Motto: They said it couldn't be done. 
Ambition: Make a million and retire. 




DENNIS M. O'LEARY 

Bachelor of Science Degree 

in 

Textile Technology 

Address: 24 Homestead Ave., Acushnet 

Motto: Peace. 

Ambition: An "oldtown" boat. 





Extra Curricular Activities 

A. A. T. T. Charter 
Member, Student 
Chapter 2, 3, 4; 

Delta Kappa Phi 

Fraternity 1, 2, 3; 
Varsity Basketball 1. 




Extra Curricular Activities 
Delta Kappa Phi 2, 3, 4; 
A. A. T. T. 3, 4; 
Circle K 3, 4; 
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 
Treasurer 4; 

Jazz Society 4; 
Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. 



ROBERT PACHECO 

Bachelor of Science Degree 

in 

Textile Technology 

Address: 102 State St., New Bedford 

Motto : Always keep your sights on higher 
goals. 

Ambition : To become a research engineer 
and lead a happy life. 




Extra Curricular Activities 

Univets 1, 2, 3; 

A. A. T. T. 3, 4; 

Delta Kappa Phi 2. 3, 4. 



DAVID J. ROCHE 



Bachelor of Science Degree 

in 

Textile Technology 

Address: 657 Cottage St.. New Bedford 

Motto: Be my guest. 

Ambition: Throw away my typewriter. 



Extra Cureicular Activities 
Delta Kappa Phi 1,2,3,4; 
A. A. T. T. 2, 3, 4. 





JOHN SOUZA, JR. 
"JACK" 

Bachelor of Science Degree 

in 

Textile Technology 

Address: 465 Sconticut Neck Rd., Fair- 
haven 

Motto: The difficult, we do right away; 
the impossible, takes a little longer. 

Ambition: To be President of the U.S.A. 



THOMAS VIEIRA 

Bachelor of Science Degree 

in 

Textile Technology 

Address: 53 Hope St., New Bedford 
Motto : Do unto others as you would have 

them do unto you. 
Ambition: To be a healthy, respectable, 

and prosperous business man. 





Extra Curricular Activities 

Newman Club; 
Tech Talk 1; 

Delta Kappa Phi 1,2,3,4; 
Jazz Society 4; 
Soccer 1, 2, 3, 
Co-Captain 4; 
Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Basketball. 



Extra Curricular Activities 

Univets 1, 
Vice President 2, 
President 3; 

Phi Psi 3, 
Senior Warden 4; 

A. A. T. T. 3, 4. 



ID FRANK 
WILBUR 

Bachelor of Science Degree 

in 

Textile Technology 

Address: R91 Bridge St., Fairhaven 
Motto: To do good and to grow better. 
Ambition: To be a successful teacher. 




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Extra Curricular Activities 

Delta Kappa Phi 1. 2, 3, 4; 
A. A. T. T. 3, 4; 
Varsity Basketball 1.2,3,4; 
Intramural Basketball 4; 
Varsity Track 2, 3, 4; 
Varsity Soccer 4. 




RUSSELL ALAN 
WISSMAN 

Bachelor of Science Degree 

in 

Textile Technology 

Address: 38 Sears St., New Bedford 

Motto: Progress is made by looking 
ahead. 

Ambition: To be able to go to Bridge- 
water every night. 




Extra Curricular Activities 

A. A. T. T. 2, 3, 4; 

Camera Club 2; 

Delta Kappa Phi 1,2,3,4. 






WALTER WORDELL 



Bachelor of Science Degree 

in 

Textile Technology 

Address: Hix Bridge Rd., So. Westport 
Motto: Much accomplished; much yet to 

achieve. 
Ambition: To make $10,000 a year. 



WILLIAM J. FAWGETT 

Diploma 

in 

Textile Manufacturing 

Address: 71 Jean St., Acushnet 
Motto: A winner never quits, and a quit- 
ter never wins. 
Ambition: To own every textile firm in 
the U.S.A. 





Extra Cureiculae Activities 

Baseball 1, 2, 3; 

A. A. T. T. 3, 4; 

Delta Kappa Phi 1, 2, 3. 






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BASIL G. GRAPSAS 

Bachelor of Science Degree 

in 

Textile Technology 

Address: 71 Walden St., New Bedford 
Motto: Think before you act. 
Ambition: To be a success in life. 



Extra Curricular Activities 

Phi Psi 1, 2, 3, 
Treasurer 4; 

A. A. T. T. 3, 4. 





Extra Curricular Activities 
Tech Talk 2, 3; 
A. A. T. T. 4. 



HARRIS A. HORVITZ 

Certificate 

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Address: 89 William St.. New Bedford 
Motto: If you try and don't succeed, try 

try. again. 
Ambition: To own a mill. 



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Extra Curricular Activities 
.Delta Kappa Phi 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Soccer 2; 
Basketball 1; 
Newman Club 3, 4; 

A. A. T. T. 3, 
Corresponding Sec. 4. 





JAMES FRANCIS LOVER 

Diploma 
in 

Textile Manufacturing 

Address: 810 East 38 St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Motto: Beer, women and song. 
Ambition: To make money. 



DAVID RAPOZA 

Diploma 
in 

Textile Manufacturing 

Address: 11 Oaklawn St., New Bedford 
Motto: Get along with other people. 
Ambition: To make loads of money. 





Extra Curricular Activities 
Delta Kappa Phi 1,2,3,4; 
A. A. T. T. 4; 
Circle K 4; 
Basketball 1; 
Jazz Society 4. 




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Milton S. Briggs 




ENGLISH 

Augustus Silva 




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Francis Tripp 




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Asst. Professor 
Mech. Eng. Dept. 




JOHN C. BROADMEADOW 

Assoc. Professor 
Chemistry Dept. 




MICHAEL CROWLEY 

Assoc. Professor 
Math. Dept. 




EARL J. DIAS 

Asst. Professor 
English Dept. 




EDMUND J. DUPRE 

Assoc. Professor 
Chemistry Dept. 




LOUIS E. FENAUX 

Assoc. Professor 
Chemistry Dept. 




FERDINAND P. FIOCCHI 

Asst. Professor 
Chemistry Dept. 




FRANK GOLEN 

Instructor 
Business. Adm. 




WARREN M. HOLT 

Assoc. Professor 
Math. Dept. 




FRYDERYK GORCZYCA 

Instructor 
Mech. Eng. Dept. 




CELESTINO D. MACEDO 

Asst. Professor 
English Dept. 





SHELDON H. HARRIS 

Assoc. Professor 
Humanities Dept. 



HARBHAJAN S. HAYRE 
Assoc. Professor 
Elec. Eng. Dept. 




FREDERIC R. MATTFIELD 

Assoc. Professor 
Bus. Admin. Dept. 




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Instructor 
Math. Dept. 




DR. DWIGHT F. MOWERY 

Professor 
Chemistry Dept. 




MARGOT NEUGEBAUER 

Asst. Professor 
Design & Fash. Dept. 





LOUIS PACHECO, JR. 

Assoc. Professor 
Textile Dept. 




EVELYN RAMALHETE 

Instructor 
Design & Fash. Dept. 




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Textile Dept. 




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Math. Dept. 




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Instructor 
Chemistry Dept. 



RICHARD WALDER 

Instructor 
Elec. Eng. Dept. 




CONRAD P. RICHARD 

Asst. Professor 
Mech. Eng. Dept. 




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Asst. Professor 
Textile Dept. 




JOHN F. WAREING 

Instructor 

Elec. Eng. Dept. 



LOUIS J. ROBITAILLE 

Instructor 
Humanities Dept. 




GEORGE J. THOMAS 

Asst. Professor 
Physics Dept. 




VIVIAN ZERBONNE 

Instructor 

Humanities Dept. 



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BASEBALL 



John Regan — Coach ; 
Edward Maguire — Assistant Coach; ; 

The prospects for a winning season in 
'60 appear much brighter than they were 
last year, when the '59 baseball nine fin- 
ished in a tie for second place in the South- 
England Coastal Conference, 



and Danny LOureiro 



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Only Dick Arieta; 
were lost through graduation from last 
; year's nine. 

Returning this year are some outstand- 
ing lettermen from last season's squad ihr 
eluding Rnss Wissman, Ronnie Hall and 
Tom Vieira all three being 300 hitters. Also 
coming back are Eddie Sylvia, the fleet 
shortstop and Stan Wesoly, a capable re- 
ceiver; 

The team has been augmented by the 
addition of seven freshmen — all capable 
of pushing the veterans for starting berths.: 
Much is expected of Bob Parker^ the for- 
mer New Bedford High pitching star, John 
Pacheco who is slated to see a good deal 
Of mound action and Dick Leferrierei a 
catcher with good potential. George Pires 
and John Trcnadel who performed well in 
the city league last summer along With 
Felix Swintak and Lionel Bourassa, both 
of whom have been well schooled in high 
school; C. Y . 0. and American Legion balL 

Head Coach John Regan announced the 
appointment of Ed Maguire as Assistant 
Coach. Mr. Maguire, himself a former pror 
fessional ball player, is well known through 
his coaching of C, Y. 0. and American 
Legion .teams.: 

It is gratifying to report that interest in 
baseball is increasing to such a degree 
that many candidates who failed to make 
the squad have suggested the formation 
of a Junior Varsity nine. This would give 
more students an opportunity to engage 
in supervised athletics.. 

Coach Regan has had his squad working 
out since the first of March. The Whalers 
have a 15 game schedule: to face for WSQ 
with the first tilt on April 1. 

The first six games on the Tech sched- 
ule will be against southern opponents as 
the Institute carries its banner south of- 
the Mason Dixon line. This annual trip 
has done much to spread the Institutes 
name to this sector; : 

The Whalers will be aiming: to capture 
the S. N. E. C. C. Crown. Tech is expect- 
ed to be well in: : the running this year 
against its common foes of Durfee Tech, 
Bridgewater, Stonehiil and Quinnipiae. 



1960 BASEBALL SCHEDULE 



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1 Loyola College Baltimore, Md. 

2 Howard Washington, D. C; 
4i Campbell College, North Carolina 

5 Pembroke State College N. C. 

6 Richmond Prof. Inst. Virginia; 
7: : Randolph Macon College, Virginia 

14 Bridgewater State College Away^l 

20 Durfee Tech Home* 
26 Stonehiil College Away*; 

2 Durfee Tech A^ay* 

4 Bridgewater State College Home*: 

7 Quinnipiae (2 games) Away* 
II Stonehiil College Home* 
16 Curry College Home 

21 Lowell Tech Away 

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TEAM 

Russ Wissman 
Thomas Vieira 
William Fawcett 
Edward Sylvia 
Ronnie Hall 
John Regan 
Stan Wesoly 
Ray Biron 
Vern Berry 
Bob Parker 
John Pacheco 
Dick Leferriere 
George Pires 
Felix Swintak 
Lionel Bourassa 
John Trznadel 




SOCCER 



Edward Cioutier — Coach 

New Bedford Teen Soccer team en- 
joyed one of the most successful sea- 
sons in its entire history. The Whalers 
concluded the campaign with an out- 
standing 124-2 record. 

The local hooters captured the 
Southern New England Coastal Con- 
ference Crown with a perfect 5-0 rec- 
ord. They also annexed the newly 
formed Colonial Intercollegiate Soccer 
Conference with a 5-0 standing . 

The Whalers won two straight in the 
N. A. I. A, New England Collegiate 
Tourney and this enabled them to 
travel to Pittsburgh to compete in 
the national finals. The Tech team 
put up a strong battle against this 
tough competition and were unable to 
come out of the finals with a victory. 

The entire team was outstanding 
according to Coach Cioutier. Russ 
Wissman performed nobly in the goal- 
ie slot, the front line of Bill Butler, 
Felix Swintak, {Jerry Grace, Eddie 
Sylvia and Line Cheng did yoeraan 
work. The middle positions occupied 
by John Pacheco, Tom Vieira and 
others set up numerous scoring plays. 
On defense Dave Fernandes and Dick 
Perzentz combined as two of the finest 
in the college's history. 



VARSITY SOCCER ROSTER 



Russell Wissman G 

Thomas Vieira CHB 

David Fernandes LFB 

Richard Perzentz RFB 

Peter Anthony LHB 

Norman Medeiros RHB 

Kwong Cheng OL 

Ronald Ponte IL 

William Butler CF 

Felix Swintak IR 

Arne Isaksen OR 

William Titcomb LHB 

John Pacheco RHB 

Gerald Grace IL 

Renato Tomasini LHB 

IfCan Akgunes IR 

Edward P. Sylvia IL 

Carlos T. Lim OL 

Lionel Bourassa LHB 

William Bowler CF 

Roger Poyant RHB 

Manuel Teixeira Manager 

VARSITY SOCCER RECORD 

Nasson College, Maine won 8-0 

St. Francis College, Maine, won 8-0 

Nichols College, won 6-2 

Barrington College, R. I., won 4-0 

Lyndon, Vt. State Teachers, won 5-1 

Bridgewater State Teachers, won 4-0 

Bowdoin College, Maine, tie 3-3 

Lowell Tech, won 5-1 

Durfee Tech, won 3-1 

Durfee Tech, won 2-1 

Barrington College, R. I., won 7-0 

New England College, N. H., won 3-1 

Babson Institute, won 3-1 

Bridgewater Teachers, tie 2-2 
COLONIAL INTERCOLLEGIATE CONFERENCE 

Won Lost Pet 



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COASTAL CONFERENCE 

Won Lost Tie 



NAIA N. E. COLLEGIATE TOURNAMENT 

Won Lost Pet. 
New Bedford Tech 2 1.000 

Bridgewater State Teachers 1 1 .500 

Gorham (Me.) State Teachers 1 .000 

Lyndon (Vt.) State Teachers 1 .000 








First row: D. Fernandes, I Isaksen, I. Akgunes, F. Swintake, W. Butler, C. Lim, R. Ponte, L. Cheng. 

Second row: R. Persentz, W. Titcomb, R. Poyant, R. Tomasini, E. Sylvia, T. Vieira. 

Third row: W. Bov/ler, N. Medeiros, J. Pacheco, P. Anthony, L. Bourassa, M. Texeira, Manager. 



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BASKETBALL 

James Flanagan — Coach 

William Doyle — Assistant Coach 

The Whalers of New Bedford Tech 
concluded their season with a 14-10 
record. After a fast start the Tech 
five ran into difficulty due tp injuries: 
and drop-Outs from school, 

Coach Jim Flanagan's charges cap- 
tured the Tip-off tourney early in |>e- 
eember, at Bridgewater by downing 
the Teachers in the first round and 
Stonehill in the finaL The local court- 
men finished third in the North-South 
Tourney. Tech was defeated by Pem- 
broke College from North Carolina in 
the opening round and then won over 
Richmond to take Consolation honors. 



New Bedford had a 2-6 record in the 
S, N.. E> C. C. losing some very close 
tilts during league play, The Whal- 
ers lost a one pointer to Quinnipiae, 
an overtime tilt to Bridgewater and 
a S pointer to Dutfee. 

Ace baefceourt man Steve "Butch" 
McNamara was again the sparkplug of 
the team netting 440 points during 
his 22 games, Butch was injured for a 
part of the season and this handicap- 
ped him and the team late in the year, 
Eddie Sylvia was another standout on 
defense and aggressiveness as he play- 
ed his last season for the Tech cagers. 

Bruce Regan, the tallest lad on the 
Tech squad, grabbed off 295 rebounds 
for the year, tops for this department. 
John Paeheeo and Bill O'Connell con- 
tributed to the Tech effort with their 
timely shooting. : 

Only member who will not return 
is Eddie Sylvia, thus Tech looks for- 
ward to next season with six veterans: 



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Fred Tripp — Head Coach of Tennis 

The 1960 edition of New Bedford 
Tech's Tennis team will in all prob- 
ability be equal to the '59 squad that 
won the Southern New England Coast- 
al Conference title last year, accords 
ing to Coach Tripp. 

Lost to the squad this year will be 
Arnie Atkinson and Eddie Sylvia, both 
of whom graduated in June of 1959. 
A young star by the name of Roger 
Ames, a former New Bedford High 
player, will amply replace Arnie At- 
kinson. Coach Tripp believes that 
from 12 other candidates currently 
working out that two or three will be 
able to fill Sylvia's shoes. 

Last year's squad lost only two 
matches, one to Holy Cross and the 
other to a strong Pratt Institute team 
at Brooklyn, New York. They were 
undefeated in Conference competi- 
tion, defeating Durfee Tech, Bridge- 
water and Stonehill twice each during 
the season. 

The Tech netters have been prac- 
ticing since the first of March in the 
spacious Tech gym. A regulation court , 
is outlined for the sessions and the 
faster playing surface helps the boys 
with their conditioning. An inter- 
squad tourney was held right after the 
April vacation to determine the spots 
each player would occupy on the team,; 

From observation at the moment it 
looks as though Marty Bendiksen, a 
veteran campaigner, and young Roger 
Ames will battle it out for the No. 1 
spot while Sophomore Bill Haydeh; 
and Fairhavenite Pete Mend ell will 
vie for the No. 3 position. The re- 
maining spots will be filled by the 
pick of the following: Titcomb, Mar- 
shall, Twarog, Patzer, Couto, Nour- 
jans, Mitchell and Pittman; 

The Whalers will face a nine game 
schedule meeting such outstanding 
clubs as Holy Cross, Southern Conn. 
State and Pratt Institute. 

The Schedule: 

April 21 Durfee Tech Away 

April 25 Durfee Tech Home 

April 26 Holy Cross Away 

April 28 Stonehill Home 

May 2 Bridgewater State Away 

May 4 Bridgewater State Home 

May 6 Southern Conn. Away 

May 7 Pratt Inst, N. Y. Away 

May 19 Stonehill Away 




Back row: Roger Ames, Bill Hayden, Bob Pittman, Ed Twarog. 
Front row: Marty Bendiksen, Jim Marshall, Bill Titcomb, Pete 
Mendell. 






CHEERLEADERS 



Left to right: — Rita Desjardins, Linda 
Valley, Joyce Dixon, Florence Wilbur, 
Judith Morton, Ann Gillibrand, Cyn- 
thia Barros, Cynthia Vercellone, Head 
Cheerleader. 





TECH TALK 

MEMBER OF KW^" 

ASSOCIATED COLLEGIATE PRESS ^4 

INTERCOLLEGIATE PRESS 

The views expressed in this paper are entirely those of the stu- 
dents of the editorial staff and do not necessarily reflect the views of 
the Administration or faculty of New Bedford Institute of Technology. 

William C. Russell, Editor 
Lillian B. Crowell, Layout Editor , John F. Lopes, Advertising Manager 

Jenny Botseas, Art Editor John D. Bowen, Business Manager 

Joseph Mocker, Circulation Manager Edwin P. Twarog, Photography Editor 

Reporters Jean Schwartz, Joseph Gurrciro, Phillip Medetros, 

Filbert Piscarino, Darrold V. Hunt, John Cermak 

Feature Writers , John Desouza, John Tr/.nadel 

Layout Staff • Edward Chmtel 

Office Staff Loraine lalgo, Lillian J. Hall 

Advertising Staff ... James StaMcy, Victor Fm'.I.-m,- 

Circulation Staff ■■ Wallace Reid 

Faculty Advisor Mr. Richard Walder 



TECH TALK 

Tech Talk is the official publication of the student body of 
New Bedford Institute of Technology. Its purposes are: to 
keep the student body well-informed on school happenings and 
other affairs of interest; to provide an outlet for student expres- 
sion; to encourage the practice of the use of the English lang- 
uage, and thereby to establish a familiarity with its use; and to 
provide an opportunity for students to participate in a business- 
like organization. 

During the academic year of 1959-1960, the seventh volume 
of Tech Talk has exhibited improved writing, broader scope in 
editorials, and markedly improved layout and headlines. During 
the year, Tech Talk won high praise from the Associated Col- 
legiate Press several times for news coverage of certain matters. 

Photography, which suffered appreciably at the beginning 
of the year, due to an inexperienced staff, has been improved 
tremendously throughout the year> 



ine a 



lead taken by Tech Talk this year in exploring and 
analyzing controversial issues exemplifies the most important func- 
tion of a college newspaper and bides well for the future stand- 
ing of Tech Talk as a leading symbol of student awareness. 



STUDENT COUNCIL 



The Student Council is the most unique of all organizations here 
at the Institute. Its primary purpose is to formulate student opinion. 
It also acts as a liaison between the student body and faculty-admin- 
istration. The Council is composed of the 16 class officers of the 
four classes. The president of the Junior Class is automatically the 
president of the Council, 

Each year the Student Council receives $10, called a student 
activities fee, from each student. From this money, the Council makes 
allotments to the four classes and also to any student organization 
desiring financial aid. 

The Council sponsors several social functions free of charge to 
ail students. Such events as the Welcome-Back Banquet in October, 
the Farewell Dance in June, and the Class Bay assembly in May are 
examples of Council activities in the field of student service. 

Throughout the scolastic year, students and organizations at Tech 
bring forth complaints and ideas to the Student Council, which dis- 
cusses and evaluates them before deciding on a course of action. 



MEIBEM 



SENIORS 

ANTHONY ALBERT 
RAYMOND LEBEAU 

WILLIAM CONN 
JUDITH THATCHER 

SOPHOMORES 

ROCHELLE GUAY 
JOHN LOPES 



JIM0RS 



NORMA CASEY 

ELLEN TSRAELSON 

WILLIAM C. RUSSELL 

JOHN CERMAK 

■:■: FRESHMEN'^ ';'..; 
JESSE METCALF 
ROLAND LAFFERIERE 
JEANNE LEVESQUE 



OFFICERS 

Left to right: 

ROCHELLE GUAY — Treasurer 
NORMA CASEY — President 
JEANNE LEVESQUE — Secretary 
WILLIAM C. RUSSELL — Vice-President 






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Albert, A. 
Alves, A. 
Ames, R. 
Bancroft, T. 
Bastoni, J. 
Berry, V. 
Berube, M. 
Bonin, R. 
Brody, D. 
Cadoza, G. 
Callaghan, J. 
Chase, J. 
Chase, P. 
Collet, G. 
Conn, B. 
Cormier, P. 
Costa, R. 
Couto, M. 
Daniels, R. 
Fraga, R. 
Fredette, R. 
Goulding, J. 
Greenwood, R. 
Hall, J. 
Hayden, B. 
Hotte, R. 
Johnson, D. 
Jorgensen, S. 
Kamienski, D. 
Lawrence, S. 
LeBlanc, J. 
Lemaire, R. 
Lover, J. 
Marchant, R. 
Martin, A. 
McNamara, S. 



Mr. Louis Fenaux — Advisor 
Mr. Fred Tripp — Advisor 

BROTHERS 

Medeiros, P. 



Meunier, R. 
Mitchel, T. 
Moriarty, C. 
Mosher, W. 
Mullarkey, E. 
Mullins, H. 
Murray, J. 
Nevins, N. 
Nourjian, B. 
Osborne, J. 
Partridge, W. 
Poyant, R. 
Rapoza, D. 
Rawlins, C. 
Ross, B. 
Santos, R. 
Schwartz, J. 
Sharron, M. 
Silva, R. 
Skinner, L. 
Sullivan, D. 
Sullivan, J. 
Surprenant, R. 
Swan, D. 
Taffe, J. 
Teixeira, M. 
Tetreault, R. 
Tefft, L. 
Titcomb, W. 
Viera, J. 
Viera, T. 
Wishnefsky, B. 
Wissman, R. 
Zajac, H. 



Delta Kappa Phi Fraternity is one of the oldest 
national fraternities in America. It is listed in the World 
Almanac and the Blue Book of professional fraternities. 
The members of Delta Chapter are matriculating in chem- 
istry, engineering, textile and business administration 
courses offered here at New Bedford Institute of Tech- 
nology. With campus life limited as it is here at Tech, 
the student has to turn to a fraternity for the social 
aspect of college life. D. K. brings into realization this 
desire of its members through the use of its large fra- 
ternity house located at 54 Campbell Street. 

The purposes of the Fraternity are many. For the 
school Delta Kappa Phi is a service organization. The 
Fraternity continually strives to advance the aims and 
interests of the school through the various projects, 
services, and activities of its members. For the members 
the Fraternity is an inspiration to high scholastic achieve- 
ment by encouraging its members in acquiring a thor- 
ough education in the courses of their choice. The fra- 
ternity relationships and social enjoyment gained by the 
members assists in forming the bonds of friendship be- 
tween men of common interests. By encouraging active 
participation of the members in all school activities, 
athletics, and other functions, the Fraternity serves to 
promote a wellrounded character development. For the 
industry the Fraternity functions to furnish professional 
men of high caliber for executive and managerial re- 
sponsibilities. 




OFFICERS 

Front row: — 
John Thompson, 

Vice Consul 
Bruce Boni, Consul 
Normand Mathieu, 

Treasurer 

Back row: — 

Jerry Lariviere 

House Chairman 
Peter Anthony 

Sargent-at-Arms 
Len Crane 

Co-House Chairman 
Ron Tomasini 

Co-House Chairman 
Bruce Buckley 

Secretary 



HELL 
WEEK! 




MINSTREL SHOW 





MEMBERS 

Jenny Botseas 
June Brownell 
Elizabeth LeBeau 
Carol Hebert 
Judith Morton 
Joyce Dixon 
Cynthia Vercellone 
Rita Desjardins 
Norma Casey 
Cynthia Barros 
Linda Valley 
Judith Dahill 
Patricia Wright 
Carolyn Clarke 
Lillian Crowell 
Ann Gillibrand 
Florence Wilbar 
Joan Marshall 
Joanna Brimley 
Nancy Dexter 
Rochelle Guay 
Annette Bourque 
Polly Ann Maxfield 
Carolyn Eddy 
Betty Doucette 
Sylvia Aansen 
Lorraine Talgo 
Carol Tenczar 
Maria DeMello 
Jeanne Levesque 



Kappa Sigma Phi Sorority opened the academic year 
with a meeting of sisters and potential new members. 

The sorority sponsored three fund-raising projects 
this year including a cake sale and the sale of candy 
and Christmas corsages. 

An outstanding event on the sorority's school year 
calendar was the annual faculty luncheon held in the 
Christmas season. 

The Skipper Restaurant was the scene of the installa- 
tion banquet this year. Installed at this time were 
Shauneen Goggin, President; Ellen Israelson, Vice-Pres- 
ident; Carolyn Skeie, Secretary; and Janet Pasell, Treas- 
urer. 

The sorority initiated eleven new members the first 
week of March. The initiation banquet for these new 
members was held at the Red Coach Grille. 

The sorority will terminate the school year with a 
cruise aboard a schooner the last week of school. 




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OFFICERS 

Shauneen Goggin 
President 

Ellen Israelson 
Vice-President 

Janet Pasell 
Treasurer 

Carolyn Skeie 
Secretary 




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Arruda, Anthony C, Jr. 
Bendiksen, K. Martin 
Bowen, John D. 
Breault, Ronald 
Brownell, James 
Butts, George C, Jr. 
Cadema, John 
Carreiro, Joseph C. 
Carvalho, Albert 
Cermak, John 
Champagne, Paul R. 
Champagne, Robert E. 
Chmiel, Edward 
Denham, Ronald J. 
DeSouza, John 
Dextraze, Raymond E. 
Duval, Paul A. 
Fredette, Victor N. 
Gallagher, Frank 
Gifford, William 
Gonsalves, Lenine 
Haracz, Albert H. 
Holstius, Carl 
Hunt, Herman 
Kabala, Leonard 
LaBossiere, Roland J. 
LeFrancois, Ronald M. 
Lavigne, Norman 



LeBeau, Raymond 
Lopes, John F., Jr. 
Macedo, Celestino 
Machado, Robert P. 
Maguire, Edward 
Maguire, John M. 
Marshall, James D. 
Medeiros, Lionel 
Milner, John 
Mocker, Joseph 
Mondou, Eugene R. 
Motta, Richard 
Olivieria, Robert F. 
Pimental, David J. 
Pothier, Robert W. 
Procter, Craig A. 
Rainford, Alan F. 
Reid, Wallace 
Resendes, Albert 
Rezendes, Frank 
Russell, William 
Silva, Fernando 
Stahley, James 
Struglia, Romeo 
Sullivan, Patrick 
Swift, Stephen 
Twarog, Edwin P. 
Whelan, Paul 



The Alpha chapter of Nu Beta Tau was started dur- 
ing the winter of 1957 by ten students who felt that 
the schools rapid growth provided room - for another 
fraternity. On May 5th, 1958 the fraternity received 
its charter from the administration. At the start of the 
current school year there were thirty one active mem- 
bers, and following a successful Bid Week the member- 
ship has increased to fifty seven. "Help Week" found 
the Pledges painting at St. Mary's Home and assisting, 
in the construction of Bowling Alleys at the New Bed- 
ford Boys Club. These projects and others planned 
for the future, will continue to make Nu Beta Tau an 
integral part of the school and civic affairs. 




OFFICERS 

J. Donald Bowen 
Vice President 

Craig Proctor 
President 

Raymond LeBeau 
Secretary 

William C. Russell 
Rushing Chairman 

Fred Silva 
Treasurer 

Anthony Arruda 

Corresponding 
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Romeo Struglia 
Social Chairman 




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Brock, Charles Parent, Dave 



Burnett, Robert 
Barber, Mike 
Bernard, Robert 
Canto, Willie 
Correia, Simmons 
Cheng, Lincoln 
Fournier, Robert 
Fournier, Ernie 
Faucher, Normand 
Fitchenmayer, Marty 
Grapsas, Basil 
Kerwin, William 
Kostantakos, Nick 
Leboeu, F. Robert 
Lepore, Donald 
Lee, Robert 
Lima, Joe 
Ostler, Carl 



Poulin, Richard 
Robinson, Robert 
Rogers, George 
Taber, George 
Vera, Edmund H. 
Wilbur, Cliff 
Fikgunes, Iltan 
Lucos, Donald 
Underhill, Fred 
Mevills, Robert 
Lim, Carlos 
Arruda, Charles 
Cooper, Paul 
Fonce, William 
Metcalf, Jesse 
Adair, Bruce 
Horvitz, Harris 
Pacheco, Ronald 



OPEN HOUSE 

Phi Psi Fraternity, with chapters ranging from New 
Bedford, Mass. to Lubbock, Texas, is the largest pro- 
fessional textile fraternity in the world. It was orig- 
inally founded at Philadelphia Textile Institute to pro- 
mote the comradeship and mutual advancement of its 
Brothers in the Textile Profession. Today, Brothers 
of Phi Psi hold positions of esteem in many diversified 
industries, while still leading the Textile Field. 

Here at Tech Beta Chapter was organized in 1904. 
It has continuously strived to instill the qualities of 
leadership in its brothers. This is plainly evident by 
reviewing the industry roster of the high positions 
achieved by Beta Alumni. As in the past, Beta will 
continue to send its qualified Brothers to success and 
happiness in industry. 



OFFICERS 

Front row: 

Simmons Correia, Jr. 
President 

Wilfred M. Canto 
Vice-President 

Back row: 

Basil Grapsas 
Treasurer 

Donald Lepore 
Secretary 






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Seated, left to right: Craig Proctor, Co-President; Carol Tenczar, 
Corresponding Secretary; Clarence Rawlins, Co-President. 

Standing, left to right: James Stahley, Treasurer; J. Donnell Bowen, 
Vice-President; Herman Hunt, Secretary. 



AIEE-IRE 

The Student Branch of the 
AIEE-IRE was chartered this year 
when the newly-organized student 
branch of the institute of Radio 
Engineers was merged with the 
existing student branch of the 
American Institute of Electrical 
Engineers. The purpose of this 
organization is to foster the pro- 
fessional development of electri- 
cal engineering students. 

AIEE-IRE performs its func- 
tions through the mediums of the 
student branch and the sponsor- 
ing national organizations. 

Student branch activities are 
soeiaL technical, and educational 
in nature. The student branch 
sponsors such events as field trips 
to industrial concerns, films, din- 
ner meetings, paper-writing con- 
tests, technical meetings, and co- 
sponsors with the Mechanical En- 
gineering Club the annual Valen- 
tine's Dance. Members of the pro- 
fession are invited to speak on top- 
ics ranging from space technology 
to advertising.; 

Student members are also en- 
couraged to participate in the var- 
ious activities sponsored by the 
national organizations. By attend- 
ing sectional and national meet- 
ings of AIEE and IRE, the student 
member is able to meet and ex- 
change ideas with national mem- 
ber^ many of whom are leaders 
in the profession. 

By these meanSi the Student 
branch and the national organiza- 
tions serve as agencies for the con- 
tinuing professional development 
of the electrical engineer. 



ENGINEERING 
CLUB 

The purpose of the En- 
gineering Club is to broaden 
the student's acquaintance 
with the engineering field 
outside of the classroom. 
This is accomplished through 
a movie schedule designed 
to acquaint the student wttb 
up to date techniques u^^: 
in industry, through field 
trips on Which the student 
has an opportunity to see 
first hand practical applica- 
tions of principals studied 
in the classroom, and final- 
ly, through dinner meetings 
where members have an op- 
portunity to hear talks by 
some of the leading engin- 
eers in the New England 
area, 

A highlight on the school 
social calendar is the Annual 
Valentine Dance which is co- 
sponsored by the Engineer- 
ing Club and the student 
branch of the A. I. E. E, - 
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Standing, left to right: Anthony A. Albert, Jr., 
Corresponding Secretary; Prof. Howard C. Tink- 
ham, Faculty Advisor; Norman Mullens, Secy. 

front, left to right: Thomas S. Bancroft, Vice-Pres- 
ident; Lawrence H. Tefft, Jr., President; Richard 
Bonin, Treasurer. 




A. A. T. C, Ci 

The American Association of 
Textile Chemists and Colorists 
is a student branch of the na- 
tional organization. Student 
membership is open to those stu- 
dents who are preparing for a 
career in the application of dyes 
or chemicals in the textile in- 
dustry, in manufacture and re- 
search of both fibers and textile 
chemicals, or m the field of tex- 
tile testing. 

: Lectures and other activities 
iare planned at the clubs bi-week- 
ly meetings. The Chapter also 
participated in the activities of 
:the regional section (Rhode Is- 
land Section) of the parent or- 
ganization. At least once a year 
the members of the New Bed* 
ford Institute of Technology 
branch attend a student night in 
Providence which includes a han> 
cfuet and a speaker. 

Students also submit papers of 
technical value to the organiza- 
tion for approval and recognition 
as well as for awards. 




Left to right:— 

MILTON BERUBE — Treasurer 
CAROL HEBERT — Corres. Sec. 
ELIZABETH LEBEAU — Secretary 
NORMAN METEVIER — Vice Chairman 
ROBERT ROBINSON — Chairman 
(Absent when picture was taken) 



AMERICAN CHEMICAL 
SOCIETY 



Left to right:— 

NORMAN NEVINS — Chairman 
MILTON BERUBE — Vice Chairman 
CAROL HEBERT — Sec. - Treas. 




The American Chemical Society 
is the world's largest organization 
devoted to a single science. 151 
geographic units practically blank- 
et the entire nation and its pos- 
sessions. The Society owns, edits, 
and publishes the Journal of the 
American Chemical Society, Chemi- 
cal Abstracts, Industrial and En- 
gineering Chemistry, Analytical 
Chemistry, and other publications. 

Affiliation with a professional 
society benefits members in train- 
ing for their work. It brings out 
and augments their abilities just as 
certain chemicals emphasize the 
flavor of foods. It promotes per- 
sonal reactions in the manner of a 
catalyst in a chemical reaction; 

A member receives Chemical 
and Engineering News, the weekly 
news magazine of the chemical 
world. He is also able to receive 
subscriptions to other ACS journals 
at reduced rates. -Also a student 
member has free use of the ACS 
Employment Clearing house, a ser- 
vice that has helped many students 
locate positions. 




Front: left to right:— 

ELLEN ISRAELSON — Secretary 

JENNY BOTSEAS — Treasurer 

Rear: left to right:— 

JOSEPH BOTELHO — Vice President 

JOHN THOMPSON — President 



The obi ects of the American 
Association of Textile Tech- 
nology are to promote inter- 
change of prof essional knowU 
edge of textile technology 
among members, to stimulate 
fraternal intercourse among 
technologists, to prov i d e 
means for diffusion of the 
knowledge of textile technol- 
ogy, and to acquaint the stu- 
dent with the practical work- 
ings and future business asso- 
ciates in some branch of the 
textile industry. 



INTER- 
FRATERNITY 
COUNCIL 

The InterrFratternity Coujit 
cil consists of twelve ap- 
pointed members front the 
three fraternities and the 
sorority at m B. L T. This 
group meets monthly for the 
purpose of guiding and fur- 
thering the cooperation be- 
tween fraternal groups, The 
1. F. C. exemplifies the fact 
that unity is essential to all 
fraternal power. 

This year the council held 
its second I. F. C. Weekend 
which was such a success, 
that the weekend is now ex- 
pected to be a prominent an- 
nual event. The highlight 
of the weekend was the nov- 
el "Beatnik Ball." The ov- 
erall weekend success clear- 
ly deoiets what can be ac- 
complished when cooperat- 
ing fraternal powers corn^ 
bine their efforts. 

This year's officers were 
Bruce Boni, Presidents Sum- 
mons Correia, Vice-Presi- 
dent; June Brownell, Secre- 
tary-Treasurer. 



LOUIS FENAUX — Faculty Advisor 

Left to right:— 

SIMMONS CORREIA — Vice President 
JUNE P. BROWNELL — Sec. - Treas. 
BRUCE BONI — President 




PROTESTANT 
FELLOWSHIP 

The Protestant Fellowship is 
an organization formed to pro- 
mote Christian fellowship 
thru worship, cultural achieve- 
ment, and social activities. 

This year the Fellowship has 
enjoyed many interesting lec- 
tures at our weekly meetings. 
Guest speakers have been minis- 
ters from variou s Protestant 
Churches in the area. They have 
discussed the different creeds 
and beliefs of their churches. 

Members of the Fellowship 
have planned to attend the East- 
er Sunrise Service at Fort Phoe- 
nix. 

Mr. Warren M. Holt, Dean of 
Admissions, is faculty advisor for 
the Protestant Fellowship, and 
Rev. Gene D. Landry of South 
Baptist Church and Seamen's 
Bethel is spiritual advisor. 




Left to right: — 

CAROLYN SKEIE — Sec. -Treas. 
DONALD G. LUCAS — President 
LORAINE TALGO — Vice President 



Left to right: — 

JEAN SCHWARTZ — Vice President 
SHAUNEEN GOGGIN — Secretary 
ANTHONY C. ARRUDA, JR. — President 
GEORGE N. COLLET — Treasurer 




NEWMAN CLUB 

The Newman Club, an afpiate 
ol the National Federation of 
Newman Clubs, is an organiza- 
tion formed to promote Catholic 
Action at the college level. The 
goal of this organization is to 
guide the Catholic Students in 
dev'el^ pro- 

vide a balanced program of spir- 
itual, educational, and social ac- 
tivity* 




Front: left to right: — 

ELLEN ISRAELSON — Secretary 

CINDY BARROWS — Treasurer 

Back: left to right: — 
NORMAN FULLER — President 
RICHARD STEVENS — Vice President 



JAZZ SOCIETY 

The Jazz Society is an or- 
gamzation to promote a better 
understanding Of jazz as an 
American art form; Its en- 
deavor is to acquaint the stu- 
dent with the true meaning 
and ereativeness of jazz. 

The social activities include 
lectures, jam sessions, field 
trips, and group discussions. 
The members also have access 
to a new Stereo Hi-Fi phono- 
gra;ph in the club room. 



The New Bedford Tech 
Glee Club was organized in 
October by Lillian J. Hall. 
The group under the excel- 
lent direction of Mr. Henry 
McGowen has about twenty 
active members. The officers 
include President, Lillian J. 
Hall; Vice President, Louis 
Skinner; and Secretary- 
Treasurer, Loraine Talgo. 

The Glee Club's enthu- 
siastic faculty advisor, Miss 
Vivian Zerbonne, joined the 
group when they caroled at 
the SoI-e-Mar Hospital dur- 
ing the Christmas week. The 
group entertained the Holy 
Family Alumni at the New 
Bedford Hotel on March 17, 
I960 with a repetoire of 
Irish songs. Their future 

■ commitments include ap- 
pearings in Music Week, 

: : Baccalaureate Services, and 
Commencement 



Left to right:— 

LILLIAN J. HALL — President 
LORAINE TALGO — Sec. - Treas. 
LOUIS SKINNER — Vice President 




DEMOLAY CLUB 

The N. B. I. T. Demolay Club 
is an organization whose purpose 
is to maintain the fraternal spirit 
of Demolay throughout the col- 
lege life of its members. Their 
aim i$ to bring into one circle of 
friendship all Demolays in our 
school, and , by mutual coopera- 
tion and support, to strengthen 
each member in the application 
of its ideals to every phase of 
student life. The club also strives 
to further the interests and pub- 
lication of N. B, I. T., as well as 
its own group and the actual Or- 
der of Demolay. 




Left to right:— 
Robert E. Lee 
Allen Kilshaw 
Robert Robinson 
Louis Skinner 



William Ross 
Craig Proctor 
Richard Pilkington 
Gaylord Lucas 



Left to right: — 
WILLIAM CONN — President 
RAYMOND LEBEAU — Secretary 
WILLIAM MOORE — Treasurer 



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CIRCLE R 

The Circle K club is not just an- 
other social fraternity but a ser- 
vice organization similar to Kiwanis 
and other service clubs. It serves 
at the college level. It is a char- 
acter building group which offers 
service on the campus, to the school 
and to the community. 

The Motto — "WE BUILD" 
The significance of the Circle K 
club is to be found, not in the name 
itself, but in the high idealism to 
which the members of the organiza- 
tion have themselves given expres- 
sion, by unselfish and practical ser- 
vice. In a word, Circle K means 
what Circle K men have made it 
mean. :'■:.■ 

It is appropriate, therefore, that 
Circle K should have adopted the 
motto of its sponsor, Kiwanis Inter- 
national, namely, "We Build." 




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1781 x /2 Acushnet Avenue 

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160 Middleboro Avenue 

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